In the never ending search for the perfect chuck box here’s another interesting chuck box design by lupinsea found at the Expedition Portal. Looks like a lightweight, compact and functional idea (there’s a video below showing how it is set up. I could not find any plans for this box, so you’d meed to reverse engineer if you’d like to build one.
Camping can be an adventurous endeavor that you can have in your life. The kind of life you will live in the camp. Outside will be very different from the indoor life you are used to. Your items are packed early with the help of a checklist to avoid inconvenience if you do not pack all the necessary items. Here are the basic things you need for your camping kitchen if you choose to cook at the camp. A camping stove: you can never cook without a stove. A camping stove should ideally have multiple burners and larger fuel tanks to meet camping needs. When buying a camping fireplace, look for a stove that is easy to disconnect from the fuel source. Carrying the camping backpacks is a bit tiring and makes carrying the stove easier. Camping cookware: this includes a pot, a knife and a spoon. The material of the cookware should be in the foreground. There are numerous variants to choose from, including aluminum, titanium and stainless steel. They all offer different advantages and are available at different prices. Choose the model that best suits both your bags and your camping needs. Camp Kitchen Shelter: It is highly recommended to cook outside the tent to avoid fire hazard. A camp kitchen tent should therefore be considered when buying the kitchen utensils. The shelter can be a tarp that protects you from the weather when you cook outdoors.[gallery columns="4"]